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Nov 28, 2013 5:30am PST
americans will consume for thanksgiving this year. >> happy thanksgiving if you celebrate it. don't go away. as austerity bilets in europe they are seeking new opportunities in morocco. many businesses feel their placed to take advantage of this growing market. we'll discuss how they are doing . but first this report >> the workers welding, sanding and asemibling pipe lines work for a month rock con company. all the parts are heading for an african construction site. >> as a firm in morocco that's been in this business 30 years, we've gained experience and expertise particularly through collaborations with european countries doing business in morocco. we thought that we could serve as a conduit for the south and position morocco as a weigh station to west africa and countries with whom we share a lot like language and our cultural and religious frame of reference. >> the cultural understanding .hat is competitive advantage the company's not caution about doing business with its african neighbors as long as the ground is well prepared. >> we have subsidiaries in various countries that work
Nov 4, 2013 5:30am PST
the president of the republic," morsi refused to don the customary white prison suit. he then succeeded in disrupting proceedings further by singing in court. leading the judge to push back the trial to january. >> sorry about that, we seem to be having technical difficulties. our correspondent catherine stably is at the courthouse in cairo. she gives us more details on what happened there this morning. mohamed morsi has refused to recognize the judge at the trial. he says it does not have any legitimacy. he has been taken away by helicopter. we saw him fly overhead and he is being taking to a prison on the outscored to bash on the outskirts of cairo. no one knew where he was being held. this is where the senior muslim brotherhood leaders are being detained. this a chaotic scene morning. mohamed morsi told a judge, "you don't have the right to judge me, i am still your president." he also said the judiciary should not provide cover for the coup d'√Čtat. media, heto state said he had been dragged to the court by force and called on the judges to allow him to exercise his powers as presid
Nov 25, 2013 5:30am PST
am afraid we don't have him. we will try to get him a little later in the program. minister zarif return to a historic -- a euphoric welcome after returning sunday. it will curb iran's weekly activities in return for much needed sanction relief. crowds gathered at the airport bringing flowers and waving flags. many seeing a deal as a huge triumph for iran. french foreign minister laurent fabius had this to say. it is clear, regarding nuclear energy. we always said that as an advance. but for nuclear weapons -- the president said before and i said exactly within these lines, we see in improvement in the situation for the region and the world. ok, well, we can return to our story about the meeting in brahimi.h lakhdar john is on the line for us. what is the objective? >> the objective, formally announced by u.n. secretary- on, january 22,mo 2014, a transitional government made up of opposition political a military unit and elements of the assad regime. but it will not be mr. assad willing anymore but a transitional government. a first step to a new political regime in syria, a democ
Nov 1, 2013 5:30am PDT
it is normal. i am going to lose report -- support because i him doing things people don't like. i am wondering how worried he is now. a level of 26%. everything he has tried to do in the last few weeks has turned to dust basically. as mark was saying and as you were saying come a with all the policies he is trying to produce. there have been errors as well, strategic errors. there were 2 -- one with leonardo, kicked out of the country. the fact she was taken off the bus. and the president went on television to say, now, she can come back again. many people said he should not be doing that, because he is president. the second thing is about the recent deliberations over the .ostages was a ransom paid or not? he said, no, there was no ransom and now he will say that was a ransom paid. undermining the confidence. all of this contributing bringing his poll rating down. it is harder and harder to do the job when no one has confidence. >> when he asked people do you like francois hollande as a person, they generally say yes. sympathetic, honest, and so on. but whatever he does now in terms of policy
Nov 15, 2013 5:30am PST
a good place? ok. whatever you got, i take it. we fter this very moment, don't even feel what kind of ssistance we will receive. >> how much did you find? >> i could only get half a liter. when you have nothing, you have to be resourceful and inventive like kinding distant relations. hundreds of convicts have taken advantage of the typhoon and escaped. i was locked up like this and really thought it was the end for me. then i saw the water rising higher and higher. there are lootings in the region but there have been no arrests. will are taking this -- we do that so long as possible. the area is a popular asian holiday destination. the body of tourists still lie otting on the beach. there are also people who came to find peaceful retirements like marjorie, an american who is now cut off from the world. >> everything we hear is by word of mouth. it's rumor, speculation. it's the communication that's the worst for me. i was hoping we would have cell phone up by now in working but we have not communications. so we can't find out what's going on, what's not. >> as night falls again wit
Nov 14, 2013 5:30am PST
something for hours and survived that way. i don't actually know how she managed to do it. it is hard to believe. >> still bearing the marks of her ordeal, they have given her a new name to make her feel part of their family. they have been affected by the which flattened most of this city. i it is really painful but feel obliged to care for this girl. it goes without saying that we will care for her. >> aid agencies are warning that the typhoon has left 2 million children at risk in the philippines. areans after disasters vulnerable to abuse and exploitation. a still is not reaching some of the worst affected areas. >> countries from all over the world have offered billions in aid to the philippines. britain is sending in its biggest navy ship. the massive u.s. aircraft carrier with 5000 soldiers and 80 aircraft is now in the lapine's. philippines. a distribution has been hampered by blocked roads and cut community ancient. fromjoined by ian bray oxfam. what kind of difficulties are faced insed -- getting the aid out? difficulties have been blocked roads because of the ravage the sto
Nov 6, 2013 5:30am PST
. to follow the rules there. if you don't, then you face the consequences. >> one association is fighting to defend conscripts from a similar fate. since its creation in 2011, more than 1000 have been registered. statistics are appalling. every three days, a turkish soldier commits suicide. this is more than double the number of soldiers killed on the front during the past 10 years. >> we compared the number of suicides among 18-24-year-old soldiers with the popular -- general population and it was 15 times higher. >> today, the right of conscientious objection is being debated more openly. the result could help decide whether nato's seco
Nov 7, 2013 5:30am PST
, we can adjust what we have seen so far. i don't think anyone is expecting instant results. this is a negotiation process. as we are hopeful we can make considerable progress. the atmospherics and the talks have improved, the country's highest power says iran will not concede what he considers to be its right to nuclear activity. >> i am not optimistic. i do not think the associations will lead to the result desired by the iranian nation. it is not clear whether the results will be achieved. >> iran has always insisted its nuclear program is for peaceful civilian use. --iching you really enriching uranium to 20%. he is a short step to making a nuclear weapon. geneva, to our correspondent with john. there has been so much secrecy surrounding the meetings today. what have you found out so far? >> the readout from the said that the meeting was a good opening session. that is a very good sign. the meeting lasted for 45 , and lady ashton met with the foreign minister this morning and is meeting with him again this afternoon. bethe afternoon, there will technical sessions and als
Nov 20, 2013 5:30am PST
on her way to school last year. [applause] you are watching "france 24." don't go away. hello and welcome to "the week in the middle east." as president hollande makes a historic visit to the holy land, we look at how reviews french presidents have viewed the region. controversy over qatar. we examine amnesty -- weational's treatment began in israel where francois hollande has been on a three-day visit to the region. despite the show of friendship, the two states have not always been i to eye. >> i am your friend and i always will be. long live this friendship between france and palestine. hollande read a few words in hebrew and in arabic, careful to balance the tensions. visiting a holocaust museum and ofing a wreath at the tomb yasser arafat. long live france, israel, and the friendship between us. >> hollande's speech was the most anticipated moment of the visit. it was a long declaration of friendship with israel, the semitism,against anti- the french position on iran, before finally getting to the peace process. >> france's position is known. alice state of israel and dime both havin
Nov 26, 2013 5:30am PST
. >> we are here for our future because we are not satisfied with the life we have now. we don't see any improvement in the future. at is why we are for european integration. >> the more people will gather here, the better the chance to victory because authorities are afraid of the people. >> riot police push back protesters who had also clashed with them earlier in the day when they try to march on the prime minister's building. the menstruation to the west of the country where support for imprisoned former prime minister tymoshenko is high. the protesters vowed to a the course. one analyst says it is a clear message to the eu as well as the ukrainian government. i think these protests will be taken into consideration by the authority. but it is also -- for europe because such social support for integration mean to europe may not be the main focus for ukrainian authorities but it is for ukrainian citizens. >> the government has been under intense pressure from russia to abandon the eu deal. in a televised address president yanukovich says it would have severe economic consequences. on m
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